With ever greater Emphasis on our health and stress, diet and exercise times are feeling they are getting harder to manage. As such Women Can Lead a very stress filled existence and may be required to deal with an emotional and physical workload that can often run one into the ground. As we get older our bodies require more and more maintenance as we begin to feel the weight of our years; this was the focus of Last Month’s Seminar and was met with support and enthusiasm from a great many MEAC regulars.
August 15th Oil, acrylic and ink artworks. This exhibition refers not only to the literal flight of birds but also to thoughts and ideas which can and do fly free. Bev is known for the delicate whimsy in her work. For more information please visit at our gallery.
July 29th – 14th Aug This exhibition, organised and curated by Dylan McIntosh from Aged and Disability Services, Greater Shepparton City Council will showcase the artworks produced by a group of artists who have been working with Dylan at SAM. Continue reading here
For the first ten years of her life, Esther lived in Cheshire, a settled and happy family life. One of her early experiences of looking at art occurred when her father took her to a gallery and she realised that what appeared to be a blob close up, was an actual ”thing” when viewed at a distance. Continue reading here
It was an amazing day at MEAC today – the book “Salt of the Earth” was launched. A beautiful group of over 100 people came to celebrate the book and all it means. MEAC handled the project from providing the space for the launch, afternoon tea and selling books etc.. The real work was done by Cheryl and the women in the book..(more to follow). I would like to give an enormous thank you to the amazing and fabulous team of volunteers (and the paid staff) that worked extremely hard to set up the room, provide afternoon for 100 ppl, pack up, clean up and all the while laughing. What an amazing team. They did get rewarded with a few very yummy left overs, which made us all happy!